Shared landscapes. New conversations. Deeper thinking.

“Considering the contemporary world in its increasing complexity also means understanding religion and the foundations of faith as part of the important and enduring features of the social and political landscape.” DR MICHAEL CASEY, DIRECTOR, PM GLYNN INSTITUTE
  • 20 Dec, 2017

    A conversation on euthanasia

    On 20 November 2017 at ACU North Sydney, the PM Glynn Institute held the first conversation in "the Rules of Engagement Series: from culture war to reasonable disagreement" on the topic of euthanasia

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  • 17 Dec, 2017

    "Living in truth" in democracy: "The Power of the Powerless" forty years on

    In the late 1970s and 1980s people in eastern and central Europe were inspired to overthrow brutal Communist dictatorships by the idea of "living in truth". What does it mean to "live in truth" in an age of populism and disengagement?

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  • 09 Nov, 2017

    The Legacy of Justice Higgins: Seeking a True New Start for all Job Seekers and Workers

    On 8 November, Fr Frank Brennan SJ AO, CEO of Catholic Social Services Australia, delivered the 2017 Rerum Novarum Oration for the Archdiocese of Melbourne’s Office for Justice and Peace. He spoke about the Harvester case of 1907, a landmark Australian labour law decision of the Commonwealth Court of Conciliation and Arbitration, and its significance to the work situation in Australia today. Read his full text here.

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